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CLASSIFIED CONTENTS OF VOLUMES I—VI                           675
III.    ELASTIC SOLIDS—continued.
PAGE
On the Production of Vibrations by Forces of Relatively Long
Duration, with Application to the Theory of Collisions.
Art. 314. 1906.........Vol. V 292
On the Dilatational Stability of the Earth. Art. 315. 1906 .         „ 300 Hydrodynamical Notes. Art. 351. 1911 .... Vol. VI 6
Steady Motion in a Corner of a Viscous Fluid ....          ,,18 On the Calculation of Chladni's Figures for a Square Plate.
Art. 357. 1911.........                  47
The Sand-Blast. Arfc. 386. 1914......         „ 255
The Principle of Similitude. Art. 392. 1915 . . . .         „ 300 On Vibrations and Deflexions of Membranes, Bars, and Plates.
Art. 411. 1916.........         ,,422
Cutting and Chipping of Glass. Art. 417. 1917 . .         ,,473
IV.    CAPILLARITY
The Instability of Jets.   Art. 58.   1879.....    Vol.1    361
The   Influence   of   Electricity  on   Colliding  Water   Drops.
Art. 59.   1879.........         „      372
On the Capillary Phenomena of Jets.   Art. 60.   1879       .        .         „      377
Appendix I.   [Vibrations about a Cylindrical Figure] ...          „        396
Appendix II.   [Vibrations about a Spherical Figure] ...          „       400 Further Observations upon Liquid Jets, in  Continuation of those recorded in the Royal Society's ' Proceedings' for
March and May, 1879.   Art. 85.   1882      .        .       .        .    Vol. II   103
On some of the Circumstances which influence the Scattering of
a nearly Vertical Jet of Liquid    .         .         .         .         .         .           „        103
Influence of Kegular Vibrations of Low Pitch    ....           „        106
The Length of the Continuous Part         .         .         .         .         .           ,,110
Collision of Two Resolved Streams.                  .         .        .         .           ,,        112
Collision of Streams before Resolution      .         .         .         .         .           ,,115
On the Equilibrium of Liquid Conducting Masses charged with
Electricity.  Art. 90.   1882......         ,,130
On the Crispations of Fluid resting upon a Vibrating Support.
Art. 102.' 1883.........         ,,212
On Laplace's Theory of Capillarity.' Art. 106. 1883 . .         „ 231 The Form of Standing Waves on the Surface of Running
Water.   Art. 109.   1883  -........         ,,258
On the Tension.of Recently Formed Liquid Surfaces. Art. 167.
1890.        .      ..      -.      -.      ..        .      ..        .        .        .   VoLIII 341
Measurements of the Amount of Oil necessary in order to check
the Motions of, Camphor upon Water.  Art. 168.   1890     .         „      347
Foam.   Art. 169.   1890............         „     351
On the Superficial Viscosity of Water.   Art. 170.   1890   .        .         „      363
Instantaneous Photographs of Water Jets.   Art. 174.   1890      .         „      382
43—2d, though inferior to M. Leduc's, show the leading features sufficiently well. I have used the arsenate of silver procedure, and the broadening of the intervals in passing outwards is very evident when the plate is viewed through a Coddington lens.here /u, is the cosine of the angle between the secondary (or scattered) ray and the backward direction of the incident ray. W. F. S.]spheres are easily demonstrated.